US ex-president Jimmy Carter said Wednesday he was pained by last week's police killing of an unarmed black man and urged authorities to end discriminatory policing and other systemic injustices that "undermine" American democracy.
Former president George W. Bush called on the US Tuesday to take a hard look at its "tragic failures," citing racial injustice in America in a statement addressing protests which have roiled the country over the past week.
Clashes broke out and major cities imposed curfews as America began another night of unrest Saturday with angry demonstrators ignoring warnings from President Donald Trump that his government would stop violent protests over police…
One pool party was a crowded bedlam of collective joy and release with no social distancing, while others heading to the beach wore masks: America getting used to scaled-back lockdowns on a big holiday weekend was a study in contrasts.
Move over, Ruth Bader Ginsburg. There is a new feisty super senior in Washington who is captivating American hearts.
American families slammed by the coronavirus pandemic are turning more and more to food banks to get by, waiting hours for donations in lines of cars stretching as far as the eye can see.
As many as 85 million children in school feeding programs across Latin America are at risk after many countries in the region shut schools over the coronavirus pandemic, the UN Food Agency warned Tuesday.
Emerging in a stadium to the strains of the Village People's "Macho Man" as 100,000 people cheered, US President Donald Trump looked like he was at a campaign rally in America's Midwest.
President Donald Trump on Thursday scorned the best picture Oscar for South Korean film "Parasite," asking how a foreign movie could get the honor.
"Quid pro quo." There's no escaping the Latin phrase in America right now. It's front and center of impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump and omnipresent across airwaves and social media.
An offer by the United States to host a Pacific rim summit in America in 2020 after Chile abruptly cancelled this year's event was "not a good idea", Malaysia's foreign minister said Thursday.
Actress Felicity Huffman was given two weeks jail time Friday for paying bribes to help her daughter gain admission to a prestigious American university, the first high-profile figure to be sentenced in a cheating scandal that rocked…
President Rodrigo Duterte said he would invoke the country's mutual defense treaty (MDT) with the United States (US) once the latter declares war on China in the West Philippines Sea.
President Rodrigo Duterte has called on Chinese President Xi Jinping to fast-track the creation of a code of conduct for the South China Sea, saying the disputed waters will remain a "flashpoint for trouble" unless a code is hammered out.
China's president has called for technological self-reliance in the escalating rivalry with America, but experts believe Beijing's late start on tech and relatively backward capabilities could make that a mission impossible.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo asked corporate America on Tuesday to think twice when doing business in China's Xinjiang region, where he appeared to liken the scale of mass incarceration of Muslims to Nazi abuses.
President Rodrigo Duterte revealed on Thursday that he had asked the US Embassy Manila to refuse dismissed Iloilo City mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog a visa.
Malacanang on Tuesday disclosed that the government uses wiretap information from foreign countries to identify drug personalities in the country.
Pete Buttigieg, an openly gay mayor who is running for US president, said Sunday he believes America will judge him
The University of Notre Dame, one of the oldest and most prestigious US centers of higher learning, will cover murals depicting Christopher Columbus out of concern that the art works depict a skewed history of colonial America.